Serving rural Caswell County for more than 85 years, The Caswell
Messenger is a weekly community newspaper committed to keeping
bringing accurate, reliable coverage of local news while reflecting
the values and traditions of the community it serves.
In addition to being the primary source of Caswell County news, The
Caswell Messenger also serves to foster communication among readers by
encouraging thoughtful, spirited discussion of issues that affect
readers in a community forum on the Opinion page.
Whether you're looking for hard news such as coverage of local
government, arrests, etc., want to follow local school sports, enjoy
heartwarming features, want to find out where everyone will be this
weekend or just want to know who's getting married or just graduated
from college, The Caswell Messenger has the news you need to stay
informed and be involved in every aspect of Caswell life.
The Caswell Messenger is owned by Womack Publishing Company,
headquartered in Chatham, Virginia. Womack Publishing Company is a
privately-held, family-owned, media company of newspapers, telephone
directories, specialty publications and Internet-based businesses. A
family-owned community newspaper company, Womack Publishing Co.
operates 15 newspapers in Virginia and North Carolina.
In Virginia, the company's newspapers include the Star-Tribune in
Chatham, Altavista Journal, Times-Virginian in Appomattox, Union-Star
in Brookneal, Smith Mountain Eagle in Moneta, South Hill Enterprise,
Independent Messenger in Emporia and Brunswick Times-Gazette in
The company's North Carolina newspapers include the Lake Gaston
Gazette-Observer in Littleton, Mebane Enterprise, Caswell Messenger in
Yanceyville, News of Orange in Hillsborough, Montgomery Herald in
Troy, and the Warren Record in Warrenton.